Carole Angier

The Soloist’s Story

Passport To Yesterday: A Novel In Eleven Stories


Peter Owen 204pp £15.95 order from our bookshop

WHY HAVE WE never heard of Yuri Druzhnikov? His brilliant earlier novel Angels on the Head of a Pin was named one of the ten best Russian novels of the twentieth century, and Passport to Yesterday was Book of the Year in Russia – both absolutely rightly: So rush out and buy them.

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